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Temperature models don't mean anything if they're not accurately attuned to the physics of tthe co2 molecule. Which is why virtually ALL of them predicted far more warming than what actually happened.


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There's some kind of explanation about the units under the picture. The formula is based off the average temperature in degrees Celsius (measured over the entire year, and the entire Earth), which is 15.04 at sea level, and the temperature decreases by 0.00649 degrees every meter above sea level (the average lapse rate). The formula is 'valid' until 11 ...


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By Hydrostatical Law, $p_a = \rho gh$, at a given $h$. However density varies with altitude and with temperature. Temperature varies by altitude. $g$ constant varies with altitude. That expression is for water, which has more or less constant density, and it is for depth rather than height. Ynou need to change this to a differential equation. This is fairly ...


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Humidity or recent rain plays a huge difference in air pollution. Seattle has less air pollution, because the effect of heavy rain and water accumulating on particles 'wash" the air. In hotter, drier Los Angeles the pollution stays in the air longer because there's less moisture to weigh it down. Mold, spores, dust and allergens do thrive in humidity ...


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To download the data from earth data, the following needs to be done Go to https://urs.earthdata.nasa.gov/ and create an account. Note the username and password which will be used to download the data. In your linux root create a file .netrc and enter the following machine urs.earthdata.nasa.gov login your_login password your_password Go to https://disc....


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